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1993 Audi 100 A/C CLIMATE CONTROL COMMON PROBLEMS

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Filed Under (Audi) by admin on 19-06-2010

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5.- There are at least 5 reasons the compressor clutch will shut-off and not register a DTC: – A/C system is manually turned off. – Ambient temperature too low. – Engine overheat signal from the 4 terminal multi-function temperature sensor. – Load signal from the engine control unit (shut-off for up to 12 seconds). – Kickdown signal from TCM (shut-off for up to 12 seconds). DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE 1. – Print DTC (additionally, read control head diagnostic display, channel 1, on cars with automatic climate control), then erase DTC. 2. – Check control head coding on cars with automatic climate control. Check compressor clutch control module coding level on cars with manual A/C.

BMW – Condition Based Service (CBS)

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Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 23-05-2010

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What is CBS? Conditional Based Service (CBS) is an evolution of BMW’s standard service indicator system (SIA) previously fitted across the model range. It was first introduced in 2002 when the ‘new’ 7’ series model was launched and is now a standard feature on the following models: 1 Series E87 (2004 on) 3 Series E90/91 (2004 on) 5 Series E60/61 (2003 on) 6 Series E63/64 (2004 on) 7 Series E65/66 (2002 on)

1995 Mercedes Benz E 320 Sedan Cruise control operation Description and Operation

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Filed Under (Mercedes-Benz) by admin on 15-05-2010

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The cruise control system is ready for operation when the ignition is switched on. However, for actual operation, the vehicle speed should be above approx. 40 km/h (approx. 30 mph). As soon as the vehicle is running at the desired speed, touching switch for a short moment in direction of “Accel – Set” or “Decel – Set” will keep this speed constant until the driver engages a different speed or the system is switched off. To adapt this set speed e.g. to the prevailing traffic situation, hold pushbutton switch in direction of “Accel – Set” or “Decel – Set” until the desired speed is attained. On vehicles with new control unit (starting 1/87 phased-in), recognized by coding plug, touching switch in direction of “Accel – Set” or “Decel – Set” will increase or reduce speed by 1 km/h each time. Acceleration of the vehicle proceeds at control speed of 0.7 m/s2. When the switch is released, the new speed will be maintained. When tipping switch in direction of “Off” for a short moment and stepping down on brake pedal or clutch pedal, the cruise control/Tempomat will be switched off and the regulating linkage will move into idle position.

2005 Chrysler 300 Alarm System Transponder Description and Operation

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Filed Under (Chrysler) by admin on 10-08-2010

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Each ignition key (2) used in the Sentry Key Remote Entry System (SKREES) has a transponder chip included on the circuit board (4) beneath the cover (1) of the integral Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter (3). In addition to having to be cut to match the mechanical coding of the ignition lock cylinder and programmed for operation of the RKE system, each new Sentry Key has a unique transponder identification code that is permanently programmed into it by the manufacturer, and which must be programmed into the Sentry Key REmote Entry Module (SKREEM) to be recognized by the SKREES as a valid key. The Sentry Key transponder cannot be adjusted or repaired. If faulty or damaged, the entire key and RKE transmitter unit must be replaced. When the ignition switch is turned to the On position, the Sentry Key REmote Entry Module (SKREEM) communicates through its antenna with the Sentry Key transponder using a Radio Frequency (RF) signal. The SKREEM then listens for a RF response from the transponder through the same antenna. The Sentry Key transponder chip is within the range of the SKREEM transceiver antenna ring when it is inserted into the ignition lock cylinder. The SKREEM determines whether a valid key is present in the ignition lock cylinder based upon the response from the transponder. If a valid key is detected, that fact is communicated by the SKREEM to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) over the Controller Area Network (CAN) data bus, and the PCM allows the engine to continue running. If the PCM receives an invalid key message, or receives no message from the SKREEM over the CAN data bus, the engine will be disabled after about two seconds of operation. The ElectroMechanical Instrument Cluster (EMIC) will also respond to the invalid key message on the CAN data bus by flashing the security indicator on and off.

Audi, Seat, Skoda and Volkswagen ECU Version (VAG Mode 1)

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Filed Under (repair and maintenance tips) by admin on 23-05-2010

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Audi, Seat, Skoda and Volkswagen ECU Version (VAG Mode 1) Selecting ‘ECU Version’ displays the following data for the selected control module: • Part Number • System Name • Version Number • Coding • Extra ID Part Number An alphanumerical code used by VAG to identify a particular ‘make’ and ‘model’ of vehicle. System Name Additional identification information for the ECM in ‘plain text’ containing the module name and part of the version number. Version Number A four-digit number identifying the module software version number.